check to see if the carb bolts are tight. possible faulty float or incorrect float level in carb. check vacum hose from intake to power assist, which is what the master cylinder is bolted to, for leaks. make sure battery is secured so it wont ground out against fender. air filter plugged?fuel filter getting plugged? incorrect or worn arm on mechanical fuel pump. faulty fuel pump, leaking.Answer
I had that same problem with my truck, try and put it in neutral when coming to a stop, if it stops the problem, then you know it's the tranny, just a sugestion
I have been going through that same problem for two weeks now. For me, it was a combination of things. Basically, it was vacuum leaks from various locations the most important being the EGR valve. It had a hole in the diaphragm and wasn't closing completely. Then there was the intake manifold gasket, PCV valve grommet, incorrectly routed vacuum lines and spark plug gap.
I think the single most important issue was the EGR valve.
if it is more of a slapping rattle like metal to metal for every revolution of the motor check your crank pulley... my Zuk was making a similar noise... ended up being the 4 bolts holding the pulley on and sheared them right out of my crank sprocket... it sounds rediculous but trust me its worth checkin out
A 3-piece crank consists of axle, left crank arm and right crank arm with chain ring carrier. 3 parts in total. For a 2-piece crank the axle is a permanently mounted part of the right crank arm
The crank, or the crank arms are at the bottom side of the bike right between the wheels. At the end of the crank arms are the pedals where you put your feet.
A rattle in the right front fender of a Toyota Camry may indicate that you need a wheel alignment. It could also point to a problem with your struts.
theres 2 one right under the crank damper and 1 on the firewall side of the block right above the transmission
the crank pulley bolt has standard threads.
The crank for a 350 Chevy turns clockwise or to your right if standing in front of the motor .
Well, to answer my own question... :-) There is a "U" shaped clasp that you pull off the crank right behind the handle. Very simple! Then.. when putting the window crank back on, just put the clasp on the handle, then push it on the crank! It'll click right in. Happy Fixin'!
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under the crank pulley, right side of car under front of engine
the crank sensor is located in the transmission bellhousing on the lower passenger side where the trans bolts to the engine almost right above the right axle shaft.
The crank sensor is located on the rear of the engine,on the right hand side about 5 inches from the oil pan.
You need to check all the exhaust pipe hangers, one of them is letting the exhaust rattle against something. Also check muffler heat shield it could also be loose. When transmission in engaged in any gear the engine is torqued to the right, so that is moving the exhaust ( it is attached to the engine so it moves with the engine )into a position to rattle, in neutral the engine is sitting evenly in its mounts so no rattle. May want to check engine and trans mounts too.
it should be on the right side right neer the belt
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There are many different reasons for you to hear a horrible rattle in your 98 Lancer, including a faulty engine timing. To ensure you find the right cause, your best bet is to consult a licensed mechanic.
The Crank bolt on a 1989 festiva is just a standard thread. Right to tighten left to loosen. nice and simple. The Crank bolt on a 1989 festiva is just a standard thread. Right to tighten left to loosen. nice and simple.
lower right front of the engine
for the cam gears its right on the upper timing belt cover plate, and for the crank, theres a mark on the crank collar
Sorry, but I'm looking for my rattle as well. I have a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am. Someone told me it was the struts. Well, new struts, same rattle. My rattle is right in the passenger side rear seat area. Any bump, no matter how small and I hear it. Had the seats out. All I can say is it's louder with the rear seats folded down. I've checked everything obvious.
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Regular right hand thread.
Sounds like your battery is at the end of its useful life. You need a new one.